Check out our roofing calculator to determine the estimated cost of your roof replacement based on your roof type and your roof’s square footage.
The expert team at Big Time Roofing knows and understands there are too many cost factors to give you exact pricing without accessing your home in person. Below is an incredible tool to calculate the cost of your homes most important protective asset.
The number you get from the calculator will not be an exact cost for your roof replacement but rather a tool for you to utilize as you plan for this important update
Select the style of roof that closest matches your home
One story home, normal up and over roof, no additional roof lines.
A typical two story home, with a simple roof, normal pitch, easily accessible.
A two story house with multiple complex roof lines, steep pitch features, not easily accessible.
Square footage affects a number of cost factors including the amount of materials used, labor, time, and more.
Refer to “How to Calculate the Square Footage of Your Roof” below to learn how to first calculate your homes footprint.
What are the Overall Dimensions of Your Home?
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The number you get from the calculator will not be the exact cost for your roof replacement.
To get more information about a new roof for your home contact an expert in the residential roofing industry like Big Time Roofing for a free in person estimate.
Square footage of a house is not the same as the square footage of a roof. To calculate your roof’s square footage, you first measure your roof’s footprint.
1. Calculate the home’s footprint. Count the steps it takes to cover the length and width of your home:
Multiply Length x Width= Your Home’s Footprint
2. To calculate the square footage of your roof:
Take your Home's Footprint and Multiply by 1.3 =
Square Footage of Your Roof
What Factors Affect the Cost of My Roof?
The steepness and complexity of your roof are two factors that could cause the price of your roof to fluctuate. The number you multiply the footprint by to achieve the square footage of your roof can be adjusted to best fit your home.
If you have a roof with a lower slope, you can multiply the footprint of the roof by 1.4 to get the square footage of your roof. If you have a steep and complex roof you'll multiply the footprint of the roof by 1.6 to get the square footage of your roof.
Depending on the unique characteristics of your roof the number you multiply by can fluctuate.
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